The Real Deal takes a look at how the $5.3 billion deal for Stuy Town happened.
The Post discovers gentrification in the East Village: “Yes, at last, Alphabet City is getting a healthy dose of nice housing.”
On the third anniversary of Hurricane Sandy, the mayor touted the successes of his delay-plagued “Build It Back” program. $56 million from the recovery fund, Bedford & Bowery noted, will go for the restoration of four buildings at the Alfred E. Smith Houses.
The Observer examines another post-Sandy threat — the looming flood insurance crisis.
A look at courtroom strategy as Sheldon Silver’s federal corruption trial gets underway. “In recent weeks,” the Times reports, “Mr. Silver’s lawyers and the government have engaged in a delicate dance over what aspects of the lawmaker’s character may be raised before the jury — a discussion that is likely to continue as the trial progresses, in whispered sidebars or without jurors present.”
There’s a book release party at Cooper Union on Monday for “St. Marks Is Dead: The Many Lives of America’s Hippest Street” — EV Grieve
The Daily News goes in search of the alleged ghosts inside the Clemente Soto Velez Cultural Center.